Does anyone read the Globe? Well, on Mondays in the Review section there is an interesting column called "ethics 101" where they pose a dilemma each week and get answers. This weeks dilemma is posted below. The question is, what would YOU do? dilemma... My daughter moved to England to study and rented a room in a house shared by three other students. The house had recently been sold by the heirs of an old man who was rumoured to have hidden money there. Before it was sold, the house was turned upside down but nothing was found. The new owner renovated thoroughly and did not find any money. After moving in, my daughter cleaned her room painstakingly, including the inside of an unused fireplace. Deep inside the chimney she found a small wooden box, containing about £5,000 ($11,300). Further up the chimney, she found another box, filled with about £8,000. Should she have given the money to the landlord? The previous owners? The police? Should she have shared it with her roommates or kept it herself?